Wayne Taylor - Dear Mom
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Wayne Taylor 410-903-6713
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This is one of Wayne's first releases after his retirement from the US Navy Band's "Country Current" in 2008. We wanted to include the liner notes from Banjo Master Bill Emerson:
"I also had the privilege of playing on 'Dear Mom' including the title track. In my opinion this album is Wayne's best work ever. His style of singing is seemingly without effort yet is powerful with plenty of verve and emotion. Wayne possesses a distinct trait that makes each word understandable. The material ranges from Billy Yates and Mike Curtis' 'Choices' to Wayne's own 'Dreamin' of the Sea', to a terrific rendition of the classic 'Old Rugged Cross'. This is the best album yet from a master artist." Bill Emerson

Dear Mom – Wayne Taylor


1- Golden Hair
2:40, writer - Wayne Taylor, Publisher - Raincoe Music, BMI
2- Dreamin Of The Sea
2:41- writer - Wayne Taylor, Publisher - Raincoe Music, BMI
3- Choices
3:22, writer Billy Yates and Mike Curtis, Publisher - Songs of Universal Inc.
4- My Smoky Mountain Home
2:28, writer - Wayne Taylor, Publisher - Raincoe Music, BMI
5- Be Thou My Vision
3:04, writer - Traditional, Arrangement by Wayne Taylor
6- Oh Lonesome Me
2:18, writer - Don Gibson, Publisher - Sony ATV Acuff Rose
7- Little White Church
2:43, Traditional, Arrangement Wayne Taylor, BMI
8- Late In September
2:27, writer - Keith Arneson
9- Wayfaring Stranger
4:39, writer - Traditional, Arrangement - Wayne Taylor, BMI
10- Grandpa Was A Carpenter
2:16, writer - John Prine, Publisher - WB Music Corp. OBO
11- Lord Take Me Home
3:06, writer - Wayne Taylor, Publisher - Raincoe Music, BMI
12- Dear Mom
2:49 - writer - Wayne Taylor, Publisher - Raincoe Music, BMI
13- Old Rugged Cross
4:35, writer -George Bernard, Publisher - Word Music Inc.
14- Everybody's Talking
3:43, writer - Fred Neil, Publisher - Third Palm Music

Musicians
Wayne Taylor - guitar, lead vocals
Emory Lester - mandolin, harmony vocals
Ron Stewart - fiddle
Kip Martin - bass
Keith Arneson - banjo on songs -1,2,3,4,5,6,8,9,11,12,13,14
Bill Emerson - on songs - 7,10
Dan Tyminski - harmony vocals on songs - 10,12, mandolin on song - 10
Russell Moore - harmony vocals on songs - 1,3,4,6,7,9,11,13,14
Ray Deaton - bass harmony vocals on songs - 11,13
Jimmie Gaudreau - mandolin on songs - 12
Mike Auldridge - dobro on songs - 10, 12
Rickie Simpkins - fiddle on songs - 10,12
Wyatt Rice - guitar on songs 10,12
Mick Nicholson - bass on songs - 10,12

Recording Studio - Blue Hyacinth Studio, Mayo, MD
Recording Engineer - William Krantz
Producer - Wayne Taylor
Record Label - Raincoe Music
Release date - January 2008
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  • Members:
    Wayne Taylor - guitar, lead vocals Emory Lester - mandolin, harmony vocals, Ron Stewart - fiddle Kip Martin - bass Keith Arneson - banjo, Bill Emerson, Dan Tyminski - harmony vocals, Ray Deaton - bass vocals, Russell Moore - harmony vocals, Jimmi Geaudrea
  • Sounds Like:
    Doc Watson, James Taylor, Folk Music, Tony Rice Bluegrass Unit, David Grisman,
  • Influences:
    James Taylor, John Prine, George Jones, Hank Williams, Guy Clark, Jerry Jeff Walker
  • AirPlay Direct Member Since:
    07/08/17
  • Profile Last Updated:
    10/02/17 22:00:26
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